Japanese Automakers Collaborate on Standard Electric Car Charger

Many of the perceived obstacles in the way of widespread EV adoption mirror the infrastructure obstacles of the 1900s-1930s, when cars ran on ethanol, electric power, kerosene, etc. There was no standard fuel, there were no standard gas pumps, and everything was new and different from the horse-drawn carriages people knew. Barely two generations later, we’re at it again.

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